Police on Thursday detained Father Atallah Hanna, a senior official of the Greek Orthodox Church in Jerusalem, on suspicion he expressed support for terrorist organizations and illegally entered an enemy country.
By Baruch Kra, Ha'aretz and AP, August 22, 2002
August 22, 20021299 reads
August 07, 20021469 readsYad Le?Achim applied pressure on the Petach Tivka municipality in order to obtain the dismissal of Ze?ev Bern, a computer and computer systems technician serving the municipality?s schools. Ze'ev is a Jewish Believer in the Grace and Truth Christian Congregation in Rishon LeTsion.
Baruch Maoz, Aug 7, 2002, Special for Come and See
July 30, 20021937 reads
July 24, 20022179 reads
Father Gabriel Naddaf: "Father Atalla Hanna has been quoted in Arabic papers sympathizing with Hamas and calling for Palestinian Christians to become suicide bombers. Naddaf said Atalla says he denied the statements but Naddaf has never saw any of the denials published.
Haim Shapiro, Jerusalem Post, Juky 23, 2002
July 10, 20022558 readsThe Illegal Christian Radio Station from Nazareth shuts down after six months of broadcasting
Special for Come and See, July 10, 2002
July 08, 20022460 readsThe Israeli government decided yesterday to support a bill proposed by MK Haim Druckman (National Religious Party) that would enable state land to be apportioned for Jewish use only.
Druckman formulated his proposal in response to the High Court of Justice's landmark decision in the Katzir case, holding that Israeli Arabs have rights to live anywhere they want.
By Aluf Benn and Moshe Reinfeld, Haaretz, July 8, 2002
July 02, 20022523 reads"I have more than one hundred students and imams who study Islam with me and support our ideas from a religious point of view," says Sheikh Abdel al-Salaam Menasra of Nazareth.
By LAUREN GELFOND, Jerusalem Post, June 30, 2002
July 02, 20023039 reads
June 15, 20022463 readsInterior Minister Eli Yishai reasserted his statements made Thursday at Bar Ilan University, according to which the willingness of non-Jewish soldiers in the IDF to "fight everywhere" is questionable.
The Jerusalem Post, June 14, 2002